I can't stand the way you move it
You drive me crazy with that walk
You get me so excited
I tremble and I shake
When you make the moves you make

You've got the key, the key to my heart
Go ahead and use it
Drag me in, slam the door
Then I'll be yours forevermore

You've got me locked in
Locked inside your love
You've got me locked in
Locked inside your love

I can't take it when you touch me
Feels so good I could explode
You've got me in a frenzy
I tremble and I quake
When you shake the things you shake

You've got the key, the key to my heart
Go ahead and use it
Drag me in, slam the door
Then I'll be yours forevermore

You've got me locked in (I'm locked in)
Locked inside your love
You've got me locked in
Locked inside your love
Locked in (I'm locked in)
Oh, locked inside your love
You've got me locked in (locked in)
Locked inside your love

You've got the key, the key to my heart
Go ahead and use it
Drag me in, slam the door
Then I'll be yours forevermore

You've got me locked in (I'm locked in)
Locked inside your love
You've got me locked in
Locked inside your love
You've got me locked in, baby (I'm locked in)
Locked inside your love
You've got me locked in (locked in)
Locked inside your love

You've got me locked in, baby (I'm locked in)
Locked inside your love
You've got me locked in (I'm locked in)
Locked inside your love
You've got me locked in (I'm locked in)
Locked inside your love
You've got me locked in (I'm locked in)
Locked inside your love


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Locked In Lyrics as written by Robert Halford Kenneth Downing

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    man you wouldn't expect Judas Priest to do glam rock, but they do some damn good glam stuff here. nice catchy rocker with heavy synths and you got yourself some rock and roll. the song is obviously a love song

    it's funny, everyone assumes this is about a woman but if Halford is gay like a lot of people say, then it sort of sheds a new light on the song doesn't it?

    nice solos by Glenn and K.K. Rob shrieks on this one

    masterofpuppets80on May 02, 2004   Link
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    I'm a huge priest fan but this song is the ONLY priest song i don't like! I don't know what it is i just don't like it! Great video though- Really 80's!

    die my brideon June 16, 2004   Link
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    This is a great song. It is far from normal Priest, but still different from other bands of the same style. It is a really great song, and the video is hilarious. It would be funny to see them remake it now.

    MasterofMetalon September 18, 2013   Link

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